shock springsHome › Forum › Bike Forum › shock springsOverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)shock springs wreckerMemberI’d trust the TF tuned one personally as it takes the leverage ratio of your suspension design (or nearly). Posted 6 years ago scruffMemberDepends if your shock has been tuned for your weight / bike aswell. I got a new spring & sag was fine but it was compressing too much on landings / berms. Sent it off to LOCO who put extra compression damping on and it was loads better. Posted 6 years ago CokeItUpAndWatchItSmokeMemberthe shock has been pushed for the bike and my weight, i’ve been riding it with a 550 but think I’ll change, just not sure which to get (450 or 500) Posted 6 years ago CokeItUpAndWatchItSmokeMemberI’ve used the TFT and mojo spring calculators and one is under 450 the other over. Should I get a 450 or 500? Posted 6 years ago allmountainventureMemberThe TF one was spot on for me. Posted 6 years ago 100mphplusMemberHow much sag is your current 550 giving you with no pre-load on it? If you’re getting sag of 25% – 30% of travel then you don’t need a new spring.If you’re only getting 20%, then get a 500, less than 20% get a 450 Posted 6 years ago Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)The topic ‘shock springs’ is closed to new replies.